Don't-Miss iPad Stories
Curl up and enjoy a nice, long read on your iPad with the help of these apps.
This versatile app turns your iPad into a trackpad, while also allowing you to launch and switch between applications on your computer.
The iPad 2 has arrived, and Macworld's got a full hands-on review of the product from Jason Snell.
The Xoom is well-conceived and well-constructed, but some rough edges, a middling display, and a high price may deter early adopters.
If you live in colder climates, you've no doubt experienced the eternal struggle between keeping your fingers warm and using a touchscreen device. But with these options for touchscreen-compatible gloves, you may finally be able to achieve the best of both worlds.
Stylish, feature-filled, and comfortable to hold, the Android-based Galaxy Tab promises to be the first true iPad rival.
Want to watch videos on your iPhone or iPad without having to convert them into a compatible format and sync them to your device? Air Video lets you stream movies from your home Mac or PC to your iOS device.
Until Apple improves document syncing between your iPad and Mac, PadSync makes the process easier and more convenient.
The other iPad shoe drops as the 3G-enabled model arrives. Dan Moren takes a look at the features and considers whether it should be your tablet of choice.
Resident Evil 4 iPad Edition brings the celebrated horror title—already available for the GameCube, Play Station 2, Wii, and iPhone—to Apple’s coveted tablet. Fans of the Resident Evil series will no doubt appreciate the game’s graphically satisfying HD transition to the iPad, but newcomers and old-hands alike will bemoan the game’s overly-limited controls.
If you're going to use the iPad for business, you're going to need a keyboard. This is a really nice one.
The iPad represents an ambitious new product direction for Apple, and it makes a pretty impressive debut. The device is undeniably a good product, but should you buy one? Jason Snell tackles that question in our comprehensive review of the Wi-Fi-enabled iPads.
Spank A Monkey stars Sugar, the monkey. The game's objective is to make Sugar happy by following her four simple commands: lift, shake, pinch, or spank. Do so enough times in sequence without error and you earn a banana and advance to the next level where it is more of the same.